Xp not updating dns
For more internet help topics please visit our main Support Page.Customer has a Net Vanta 3430 (ver EFP) serving DHCP.If you find that you cannot change your DNS addresses, it could be that you do not have the proper permissions to do so.If you have problems, contact your system administrator or IT department for assistance.That is, because the DHCP client by default requests that the server update only the client's PTR resource records, the DHCP server attempts only this type of update.However, a server can also be configured to attempt an update of both A and PTR resource records, regardless of the client request.However, these same clients do not attempt to perform dynamic updates of their PTR resource records; instead, post-Windows 2000 DHCP clients request that the DHCP server attempt to update their PTR resource records in DNS on behalf of the client.By default, a DHCP server registers records on behalf of a DHCP client only according to client request.
By default, post-Windows 2000 DHCP clients attempt to perform dynamic updates of their host (A) resource records in DNS whenever an address event (such as an address renewal) occurs.
Each line that begins with the word nameserver contains a DNS address that is used by your system.
Once you have the file open, follow these steps: BSD's resolver uses the same file and format as Linux.
Make sure you know the address(es) of your new DNS before you proceed.
The steps for changing your computer's DNS settings will depend on what operating system you are running.
This behavior is determined by the settings on the DNS tab of the DHCP server properties dialog box.